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NDE Vocatonal Skills Development Programme 2022 (Fully Funded) How to Apply

NDE Vocatonal Skills Development Programme 2022| The Vocational Skills Development programme is one of the Directorate’s job creation programme primarily concerned the equipping the unemployed with productive, functional and marketable skills. Do you want to benefit for Federal Government Skill Acquisition scheme? If yes, Apply Vocatonal Skills Development. Requirement and Eligibilty, Read Through.

The skills acquisition intervention, introduced as a novel approach in combating mass unemployment, has remained a veritable tool since the inception of NDE in 1987.

The programme involves the use of NDE skills acquisition training centers across the country as well as informal sector operators such as master crafts-men and women as training outlets for unskilled school leavers. Where the informal sector operators are use, the trainees are attached with them for periods long enough for the apprentices to acquire the necessary skills. The department also deploys well-equipped mobile workshops to train unemployed youths in rural areas where informal training outlets are non-existent.

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  1. TRAINING FOR THE VULNERABLE:

    This special vocational training is designed for unskilled and unemployed persons with special needs [i.e. vulnerable, physically challenged, widows, commercial sex workers, displaced persons, orphans etc] in order to empower them with functional skills that will enable them to become self-employed and self-reliant.

    Skills include:

    • shoe making [6 months]
    • bead stringing [3 months]
    • barbing [6 months]
    • GSM repairs [6 months]
    • fashion designing [ 1 year]
    • catering [1 year]
    • cosmetology [3 months]
  2. SCHOOL-ON-WHEELS:

    The scheme deploys well equipped Mobile Training Workshops {MTWs] with vocational skills training facilities to rural areas where training outlets are deficient or nonexistent: it is aimed at creating a pool of artisans that will readily address the needs of the rural environment, promote economic activities therein and also stem the tide of rural-urban drift.

    Skills under this scheme include:

    • shoe making [6 months]
    • bead stringing [3 months]
    • barbing [6 months]
    • GSM repairs [6 months]
    • fashion designing [1 year]
    • catering [1 year]
    • computer [6 months]
    • welding [1 year]
    • electrical installation [18 months]
    • carpentry [18 months]
    • cosmetology [3 months]
    • motorcycle repairs [1 year]
    • auto-mechanic [2 years]
    • radio/television repairs [2 years]
    • inter locking tiles [6 months]
    • printing [2 years]
  3. NATIONAL OPEN APPRENTICESHIP:

    The scheme is targeted at unskilled and unemployed youths both male and female to equip them with relevant demand driven skills.

    The scheme is implemented at 2 levels namely:

    B-NOAS:

    is a scheme through which unemployed school leavers are recruited and posted to Master Craftsmen/women who are informal sector operators or to NDE Skills acquisition Centers to acquire marketable vocational skills.

    • shoe making [6 months]
    • bead stringing [3 months]
    • barbing [6 months]
    • GSM repairs [6 months]
    • fashion designing [1 year]
    • catering [1 year]
    • computer [6 months]
    • welding [1 year]
    • electrical installation [18 months]
    • carpentry [18 months]
    • cosmetology [3 months]
    • motorcycle repairs [1 year]
    • auto-mechanic [2 years]
    • radio/television repairs [2 years]
    • inter locking tiles [6 months]
    • printing [2 years]
  1. A-NOAS:

    A-NOAS is designed for artisans who graduated from B-NOAS. It is aimed at u-grading their skills to higher levels of competence.

  2. LADY CHAUFFEUR:

    This training is designed to impart driving skills to females who choose to take on professional driving as means of livelihood. After the training, they are evaluated by the Federal Road Safety Corp.

    Duration [3 months].

  3. COMMUNITY BASED TRAINING SCHEME [CBTS]:

    The community based training scheme is aimed at training youths and women in high income generating activities within their various localities. This is with a view to engaging them in productive ventures thereby enabling them to contribute to the economic well-being of the nation.

    Skills under this scheme:

    • POP design
    • Production of interlocking blocks
    • Satellite dish installation and tracking
    • Interior decoration
  4. RESETTLEMENT SCHEME [RS]:

    The resettlement scheme is designed to assist graduates of the National Open Apprenticeship Scheme [NOAS] with tools and equipment and working capital to enable them establish and run their own businesses successfully.

  5. ARTISANS RESETTLEMENT MAINTENANCE SCHEME [ARMS]:

    Under this scheme, graduated trainees of B-NOAS are empowered with cash to start their own businesses.

  6. TRAINERS CAPACITY UPGRADE:

    Towards enhancing the quality of training at the skills acquisition centers of the master crafts men/women, the NDE introduced the TCU, this scheme involves the provision of capital as soft loan to some of the master trainers to up-grade their centres with modern tools and equipment qualitative and effective training delivery.

How to apply:

Interested Applicants should go to https://ndetrainees.ng to Register to be able to start your enrollment process.

Note: Before registration and programme/scheme selection, ensure you have gone through all the schemes and properly understand each via the link above, so that you can make the right choice.

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